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Disaster Loans Available to Agricultural Businesses

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The U.S. Small Business Administration announced today that federal Economic Injury Disaster Loans are available to small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small businesses engaged in aquaculture and most private nonprofit organizations located in Kentucky as a result of the drought that began on Nov. 15, 2016. The SBA’s disaster declaration includes the following counties: Bell, Clay, Harlan, Knox, Laurel, Leslie, McCreary, Pulaski, Wayne and Whitley in Kentucky.


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Worldwide Candle Lighting

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The Compassionate Friends Worldwide Candle Lighting gives bereaved families everywhere the opportunity to remember their children. Join in Remembering Children on Sunday December 11 at Heart and Soul Life Center (Muddy Gap Road) at 6:30 PM. Feel free to bring a photo, special candle and a favorite dessert. For more info call 606-599-8283 or 606-598-2718.


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Senate Leaders Want Job Growth

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Senate President Robert Stivers, R-Manchester, presided over the Senate in the State Capitol in Frankfort. (Charles Bertram photo)


Jack Brammer of herald-leader.com reports that Kentucky Senate Republican leaders say creation of jobs will be their priority in the upcoming state legislative session. More controversial topics, such as tax reform and social issues, probably will have to wait. The five GOP senators in leadership: President, Robert Stivers of Manchester; President Pro Tem, David Givens; Majority Floor Leader, Damon Thayer; Majority Caucus Chair, Dan Seum; and Majority Whip Jimmy Higdon held a news conference to discuss the General Assembly that begins in January.


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Drought aid

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Farmers in 10 southeastern Kentucky counties may be eligible for federal aid under an agricultural disaster declaration issued as a result of the ongoing drought throughout the Commonwealth. U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack notified Gov. Matt Bevin by letter that Vilsack has designated Bell, McCreary, and Whitley counties as agricultural disaster areas. Farmers in counties contiguous to those counties also may be eligible for aid; those counties are Clay, Harlan, Knox, Laurel, Leslie, Pulaski, and Wayne. For more information on available aid, contact your local FSA office or go to fsa.usda.gov.


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